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in the biography, right? right. hilary rosen was in the recording industry association of america. she is also a member of rock the vote. ted devine, i saw him on the moon walk this morning. he was getting done its on jackson square. i think you have 17 winning democratic campaigns. you worked for kerry and gorda. -- gore. we have kiki mclean. president callan nasa may -- president how one asked mcowen t influence do they have on what the candidates will say or are you just a hired gun who is not there to provide the device? -- provide the advice? >> the fact is that sometimes we work for candidates. i think we believe in all of the candidates, even if they are people we just met and have not known long time before we work for them. but, in some cases, we do work with somebody we have known for many years. in which case, we may have influence on them. there are a lot of public policy issues that are not clear, black and white issues. there are grey areas. and a lot of people, even if they have a strong set up and suppose, have to think about it or analyze it, discuss it, and determine where to
-coast of "good morning america" is joining us. rumor has it it might be a man joining her. there goes my shot. like i need another shot. all this and more starts right now. >>> i want to begin with the tragedy at ft. hood, texas. ki78d 13, injured 30. he is now talking. what set him sof the subject of a lot of speculation. joining me now to discuss, the founder and executive director of iraq and afghanistan veterans of america. from the american islamic foreign for democracy. first let's go to cnn correspondent on the scene. what is the latest, samantha? give us an update. >> joe, major hasan is awake and apparently talking. and you also know that he was shot four times. he is being treated in a hospital in san antonio, texas. and staff members there tell us that he has been communicating with them, although an official hospital spokesperson would not tell us whether he has been communicating with investigators as well. back here at ft. hood, in an afternoon press conference, lieutenant general robert cohen, the commander, talked about you how he feels in this tragedy, they're moving on to a
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.m. eastern, the white house -- inside america's most famous home. beyond the velvet ropes a public course, our visit shows the grand public places as well as those rarely seen spaces, and saturday at 8:00 p.m. eastern, the capitol -- the history, art, and architecture of one of america's most symbolic structures. now, a senate confirmation hearing for two treasury department nominees. committee members get a chance to question the administration's choices for a deputy under secretary and assistant treasury secretary. senator max baucus of montana state -- chairs the finance committee. just under an hour. >> the hearing will come to order. let me begin by saying chairman baucus could not be with us this morning because he is with his mother who is ill in montana, and we want to send our best from all the members of the committee to senator baucus and his mother, and we are hoping for hearse with recovery -- for her swift recovery. we're looking for to the time that senator baucus comes back to resume the chairmanship of this committee. we have a hearing this morning for a number of nominee
't stop poets with her bare hands or leap tall buildings in a single bound, but she is one of america's best and most famous crime fighters. hln's own nancy grace will be here. >>> then it's a good fight. martha stewart stirs up a pot of trouble when she takes on america's kitchen sweetheart, rachel way. >>> george lopez is here, he's part of the changing face of late night talk. he'll be there to chat about that and whatever else he wants to. he's funny. all that starts right now. >>> we're starting tonight with a horrific story out of missouri. a 15-year-old girl confessed to murdering a 9-year-old girl to feel what it was like to kill someone. now she's being charged as an adult and could face life in prison. is a 15-year-old girl or boy an adult? where do you draw the line between punishment and rehabilitation? joining me to discussion this is hln's nancy grace author of the best selling book "the eleventh victim." >> hi, joy. >> welcome to my show. how did alyssa know the little girl that was killed? >> number one, i did not realize you and the accused killer were on a first name
across america you can be sure that we are creating it. this friday night, over 1 million kids will take to the football field. one in eight boys in america plays football. thousands will suffer concussions. one fictional boy will take a hit to the head no. 1003 this will make and bill stunned and confused and he will see double and forget where he is. he will begin walking toward the wrong side line, a clear indication of concussive. we will think that he got a little thing. the referee will notice that he will know if it is his place to say something. sometimes an athletic trainer might notice, but mike's high school is one of the 50 percent without one. -- 58% without one. all of the other guys in the hall will see that he is concussed but that happens all the time. ted of calling time out, they keep telling him to play over and over. the teammates do not know that by playing, mike is exposing him to further brain damage. after two more plays, he appears better. he has a raging headache it does not tell anyone about three the concussion is never diagnosed. what happens to mike? i do n
: liberal victims and their assault on america" now out in paperback. i say that because the title is vin tidictive and nasty and i l it. how are you girls? >> all right. >> 70% of americans are saying sarah palin is not qualified to be president. my question is who are the 30% that think she is besides you, ann? >> yes, well there's me. >> there's you. >> i guess, i mean for one thing it's definitely the americans who are not swayed by what the mainstream media says. i don't know whether she can overcome those numbers. if that poll is accurate and if it continues that way, okay, i guess she probably can't run for president. but there have been some very popular and very successful presidents who have been down in the polls before they became president, like ronald reagan, and bush and i don't think obama was ever down in the polls. >> you're scaring me now that you mentioned the two of them. hillary, what do you think? >> i agree with ann. i think it's probably too soon to tell exactly what the makeup is of the republican primary but there are enough people who know about sarah palin and
court, home to america's highest court, reveals the building in detail. friday at 8:00 p.m. eastern, the white house, inside america's most famous home. beyond the bill their robes, our visit shows the public places as well as those rarely seen spaces. saturday, the capital. the history, art, and architecture of one of america's most symbolic structures. three memorable nights, out thursday, friday, and saturday at 8:00 p.m. on c-span. this set is $24.95. order online. >> a look at next year's congressional election and the 2012 presidential campaign. we will hear from republican and democratic strategists. this is about an hour and 10 minutes. >> i -- i like to give everyone an insight into what is going on here. i give credit to julia reed who deck of this quote for book she wrote which is an excellent book. she is quoting from 1877. "the city has been buried under taxes and fraud and mal administration. when i write about it as i intend to do soon, no one will believe i am telling the truth. it is better to live here in sackcloth and ashes than to own the entire state of ohio." [
unaffected and unchanged. as the president has said, america does not accept the legitimacy of continued israeli settlements. we recognize that the palestinians and other arabs are concerned because israel's moratorium permits the completion of buildings already started and limits the effect of the moratorium to the west bank -- concerns which we share. as to jerusalem, united states policy remains unaffected and unchanged. alice has been stated by every previous administration which addressed the issue, the status of jerusalem and all other permanent status' issues must be resolved by the parties through negotiations. the united states also disagrees with some israeli actions in jerusalem affecting palestinians in such areas as housing, including the continuing pattern of the fictions and demolitions of palestinian homes. the united states has not accepted and disagrees with any unilateral action by either party which could have the effect of pre-empting negotiations. house we and others have said many times, the way to move forward is to enter negotiations without preconditions and rea
, this is what america needs to see, it was a good interview. i was thinking if you thought that was a good interview, i don't know what a bad interview was because i knew it wasn't a good editor. >> sarah bernard and brian balatazar. did you see the katie couric interview she did? >> yes, i did. >> katie did what she was supposed to do and i don't say that just because i work at cbs. she did follow a lot, it was like journalism 101, it's sad that that's seen as somehow extraordinary. she did a great job, but it's par for the course. >> why was it seen as extraordinary. >> she wouldn't answer what kind of newspapers do you read. and it's okay if it's "highlights jshsz for children. it was a question that was somehow beneath her. and that's what ended up biting her. >> i think it's interesting because people who were in the audience of the oprah taping she, sarah palin said she might be interested in hosting a talk show. i thought that was the most interesting news to come out of that. that's going to be christmas for a long time. >> i better watch my schedule. >> i thought that sarah in tha
production assistant and paramour on abc's "good morning america." >> i was in a situation where i felt like if i didn't do what was asked of me, then everything i had worked for for the past six years, everything i had done to establish myself as a successful media professional, could be gone like that. >> dr. dale archer, isn't this a classic example of how an addiction really takes down other people around you? i mean, this has become a mess, his wife's divorcing him, he's got kids who have been impacted by this. this young woman came under criticism for her actions as a result of this affair. >> yeah. no doubt about it, jane. and we have to look at his history. this is not the first time that he had this type of involvement. i mean, he was actually sued for sexual harassment when he was general manager of the mets. so this has followed him but i cannot give brooke hundley a pass on this, either, because there were e-mail messages that she had written stating that she was going to get to the top no matter what so i think they both got entangled in his addiction, but i think that there's e
government and if we do that, we make america the greater country and we work together with the cuban people. led this left the embargo. >> the time of the gentlelady has expired. all time for one minute questions has expired. we are now going to turn to our expert panel of witnesses one who will be with us by videoconference. first, i will introduce all of the witnesses. general very mccaffrey is president of his own consulting firm based in arlington va. he is an adjunct professor of international affairs of the united states military academy at west point and serves as a national security and terrorism analyst for nbc news. from 1996 to 2001 general mccaffrey served as the director of the white house office of national drug control policy. prior to that general mccaffrey served as the commander-in-chief of the u.s. armed forces southern command coordinating national-security operations in latin america. ambassador james cason is currently president of the center for free cuba. he is a retired career foreign service officer with 30 seconds-- 30 years varients. it just seemed like 30 second
's the way we see it, i guess. i don't know, is it good for the children for people all over america to be discussing how they're going to spend their christmas? >> these two have been slamming each other in public. let's look at this. >> i was beaten down. she separated me from my family. she used to hold the kids over my head and say, you know, don't spend time with your mom, spend time with your kids. >> he took $230,000 of the $231,000 that we have liquid. i have a stack of bills in my purse i can't drop in the mail. >> if that's what they do in public, how are they going to be with each other in private? >> yeah. >> jon did say that he wants -- >> maybe they do it in public and not in private. did you ever think of that? >> that would be good for the kids. >> there's no private left, is there? >> everything is for the bulk of the shows, no matter what, directly or indirectly, whether it's televised or not, it's still part of this whole publicity package. >> jon did say he wanted the kids together to have their old traditions which i think is kate hanging his balls on the tree. s
in america where this little child was going to be used before she was murdered. i want to go to renee rockwell and alan ripka. why the delay in the murder charges, renee? >> my understanding is they are trying to decide where the murder actually took place. they need to hurry up. both individuals have bonds. if they make bond, they are out of there. >> i'm sick about that. one has a $50,000 translation $5,000, the other has a $100,000 translation $10,000. if she was selling her daughter for a drug debt -- >> if somebody goes and makes a promise, he's out of there. >> you are right, renee. i think the bond is way, way too low. i don't know what that judge was thinking. another reason they may be waiting on the formal charge is because they may be researching aggravating circumstances. they are not afraid of the death penalty in north carolina. >> they certainly are not. if they determine the baby was kidnapped from their house, she won't be charged for murder. the tape did not include the mother. she may not be charged with that at all. >> put ripka up. alan. >> yes. >> we already know
. about america's culture of adick it's celebrities. these days, nicolas cage is in serious financial trouble thanks to what some people are calling a crippling fnl addiction. and kirstie alley is having trouble with eating addictions. joining us is jill zarin and ashleigh banfield. >> i was doing cocaine. i was crazy as -- i was, i had come in and i don't think anybody knew what those drugs were then. they would say, i'm so crazy. i would say, i'm high. >> when did you stop doing them? >> 1979. i did my share, and yours. >> did she ah replace a drug addiction with a food addiction? >> it seems that way. that can be the case. some people with get sober from a chemical addiction and another addiction kicks in. >> you see this a lot with your work? >> i see wit my colleagues. jane velez-mitchell has a great book about how we replace some things with others. we all have a bit of a problem. >> but some are safe adicks. is every juan bad addiction? >> by definition. >> exercise? >> exercise bull leem ya is not. >> the consequences have to be negative. continued behavior despite negative co
affected by the current economic climate. if america sneezes, europe catches a cold. it is more like we have caught the flu. seriously, everyone is affected. we will go on being affected by this for a long time. in the future, we will have high taxes, not better health care or schooling or policing, not anything that will benefit us. we will pay for the mistakes of the past. we will basically be paying for the bonuses of the bankers who got us into this situation in the first place. this is why we need to vote for this debate. trust me, we need all the help we can get. this leads me to apprenticeships and training. please tell me how young people is supposed to find themselves living alone perhaps in london while taking part in one of these things. please in light me as to how they will find themselves with no income? how are they supposed to get by? it makes me -- these other questions that a lot of young people are asking themselves. we will create a. thisships, volunteer opportunities. we will create apprenticeships and volunteer opportunities but we only go if we need to go. we are
together? >> hasn't this woman suffered enough with that hair cut? >> and the rest of america. >> when prince charming left snow white, she missed him, too. she needs a personal assistant. first of all, people don't know this, i don't know if you have children yet. your libido is in your placenta and it's removed at birth. >> where are you getting your informati information? >> maybe her brain was in her placenta. >> i feel bad for her. >> she said she's still in love with jon. >> you to still love jon? >> a part of me always will. it's hard to be married to somebody, i think, for ten years and try to say, no, i don't love them anymore. it doesn't really work really well. um -- i love the memories that we have together. of the good times. >> oh, the good times. i'm sure she means good times like these. >> the white sandals. >> i'm saying flip-flops. let them wear what they want to wear so i don't have to hear it all day? sonchts they lose the shoes? i have enough to keep track of. stand with me or stand against me. >> i'll talk in here. >> fun, fun, fun. >> that is riveting tv. that is
over the top. >> he also said, that i hope he fails. i hope he fails. then he says i love america. you know, it's just -- it's quite disgusting. >> he's been saying that for so long, to count that as news -- i mean, we need to hear it again and again to understand that a guy who challenges others as being anti-american is saying some ugly stuff. he's -- the thing that strikes me about this moment and rush limbaugh kind of brings it on to the fox news program, is the republicans who have declared this is all-out war. all-out war on obama. he's leading it. they really do want to take him down. one year into -- >> everybody is saying that obama is conducting an all-out war against fox and limbaugh. it's a question of who threw the first grenade. >> i think the obama administration, i mean, challenged what they're doing and now it's time to move on. you know, it's not really a good use of their -- >> axelrod is saying it's a surreal day when you're getting lectures on humility from rush limbaugh. is this a good strategy to attack? >> i don't think so. i think -- there are so many real issu
america has counted on for over 80 years. the kind you can put in any make or model. - get it? - got it. - good. let's go, sparky. - okay. announcer: when it comes to antifreeze... your inner car guy knows only prestone is prestone. - nice. - look here. >> dan: the basketball has been sensational. it's like ground hog's day, every day you wake up, it's perfect. converted hanger made into this basketball facility that seats just over 4,000. this is ant automatic when he's at the line. 4-4 from the free-throw line, and he has 17 tonight. hits the net. just under eight minutes to play. misses, kept alive by smith. oh, nice look. >> dan: prince in the lane, hopson, no good. the rebound for purdue. under seven minutes to go. ill advised pass. off the glass, no good. >> dan: matched up with smith. here's moore. he's got 20. make it 2! >> larry: he looked up and saw chism and his eyes started to sparkle. >> dan: fourth lead of the night for purdue. it's five points and their fans are loving it. >> larry: it will be some good times in west lafayette this year. i'm going to tell you that. >> la
of domestic abuse and kevin powell, including "open letters to america" and also, dr. gail saltz from the new york presbyterian hospital. brett, let me start with you. i've known you for many years and i was very surprised to hear that you were a victim of domestic abuse. that was something thaw really never told anybody. >> i was surprised, too. >> when did this all happen to you? >> i was 20. i married someone that i had known three months. membership friend's mother said you're finally settling down when i got married at 20. but i got hit the day after we got married and i've never been hit in my life. i don't know how to say this. when the picture of rihanna came out and i saw her and i talked to some other friends, i called them, i sort of went through like trauma for a few days and something was wrong i had seen and people twited their way to chris brown and do that when you're at home. the issue is something that happens to everyone. if you pick apart one person, you make it seem so rare. yeah, it happened a long time ago. >> which part of the story did you relate to the most? >>. >> b
right, so over here we have debby and eddie. in the '50s they were known as america's sweethearts. those of you that are younger, all three of you, and you can't, you know, you can't relate to any of this, try to think of it this way. think of eddie as brad pitt, debby as jennifer aniston and elizabeth as angelina jolie. does that help? that should really help. >> i'm back with the very funny, very talented carrie fisher who explains in detail her very complicatedd family tree in "wishful drinking." joining us on the phone, a very important branch of that family tree. debby reynolds. hello, debby. >> hello, there. >> hi, mom. >> hello, darling daughter. >> so, debby, you've seen the play, right? >> i've seen it about seven times. it's great. >> so it there anything in there that you can relate to or that you -- or that you would say -- >> no. i would just -- i think she should have put everything in then it would have really been an overnight sensation. >> what did she leave out? what did you leave out? >> mom -- oh, yeah, there's some stuff -- >> why are you looking up? >> because she's
pregnancy in america. >> that is what you said, but that is not what was put out. >> rewrote it and then a couple hours later, news scroll across the screen, and there it is, the message that i didn't want sent. just a little bit of an indication of problems to come about what i would be able to say and how i would be able to speak or not speak my heart and my values. >> do you think that the mccain campaign knew that the kid was pregnant before they asked her to be vice president? >> she says they did. >> do you believe that? >> no. >> i don't believe it either. >> in my book i talked to the votee voters on the campaign and she said the first thing she told them was, listen, my daughter is pregnant. and. >> and i'm preaching abstinence and my daughter is pregnant and they went along with that? >> they relaid that information to mccain. >> she said -- >> they had a previous interview. >> she got a "d" in school once. she disallows the mccain campaign from allowing her to protect her children. you know as a mother you talk about the base and sharing values. there's not a mothe
, all america first tomorrow last year, pac 10 player of the year. only two other players have won pac 10 players of the year as a sophomore. jason kidd was one of them. >> phil: mike bibby the other. >> steve: gilbert arenas, jamison each have 20. butler has 21. wizards have never led in this game. travels, takes an off balance shot that goes out of bounds. washington ball. randy foye will come in and replace deshawn stevenson to. wizards tonight had the familiar lineup with antawn jamison back. they've had 7 different starting line-ups so far this year. the thunder have had the same starting line-up all season, and that helps, but an offensive foul has been called here on antawn jamison. that is the wizards 15th turnover of the game. >> phil: well, they're saying he moved while trying to set that pick. they turned it over there, miller the other way, nearly lost it. foye for boykins, looking for blatche. earl penetrates, and he an illegal defense is called on oklahoma city. see who shoots the free throw for washington here, going to be boykins. earl make the free throw. 9 for 9 on
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